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‘Cycling safely should be on  the curriculum’

YOUNGSTERS across South London are being given advice on how to ride their bikes safely on the roads this summer.

Trained instructors have been paid by Transport for London (TfL) to teach children for 10 hours over the course of a week to en... read on

ANKLE tags to ensure binge-drinking offenders stay off the booze are being piloted in South London. read on...
TRANSPORT schemes planned between now and 2050 have been outlined by the Mayor of London – including a “South London Metro” costing at least £1billion. read on...
BEAVERS from South London joined forces for an invasion of the Woolwich Firepower museum and a host of activities led by former soldiers. read on...





Charlton 3 Derby 2

IGOR Vetokele netted the clincher as Charlton overcame promotion-favourites Derby County. George Tucudean’s first Addicks goal had given them an early lead but Jamie Ward levelled for the visitors. A Yoni Buyens penalty had put Charlton back ahead and Vetokele then made it three before Ward set up a nervy finish five minutes from time. The result moves Charlton to fourth in the Championship and head coach Bob Peeters said that the opening 20 minutes was the best he’d seen his side play since taking over in May. “We started well the first 20 minutes – it was the best I’ve seen us play,” he said. “Derby didn’t have an answer. We were fantastic between the lines and scored a very good goal. “We were passing the ball very well but as soon as we made it 1-0 we started packing up a few minutes later. We didn’t win the second balls, we weren’t close to each other and lost our composure. “Derby scored a deserved equaliser and just as I wan... read on

Charlton 3 Derby 2

IGOR Vetokele netted the clincher as Charlton overcame promotion-favourites Derby County. George Tucudean’s first Addic... read on

MALKY Mackay is set to be appointed as Tony Pulis' successor as Crystal Palace boss.

The South London Press understands that the Scot looks... read on

BREDE Hangeland has backed Crystal Palace to have a good season despite Tony Pulis walking away on the cusp of the new season.

The former Fulh... read on

CRYSTAL Palace caretaker boss Keith Millen reckons one of the club's most pressing areas to strengthen their squad is in the winger department.

... read on


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